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Mumm Basin in Mount Robson Provincial Park

(Veer Incorporated photo)

Mount Robson

View from Berg Lake Trail, Mount Robson (View from Berg Lake Trail, Mount Robson (iStock/Glowing Earth Photography)

View from Berg Lake Trail, Mount Robson (View from Berg Lake Trail, Mount Robson (iStock/Glowing Earth Photography)

Gain unprecendented access to more than 217,000ha/536,219ac of pristine wilderness terrain and wildlife habitat at Mount Robson Provincial Park

The second oldest provincial park in British Columbia, Mount Robson is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site (part of the Canadian Rocky Mountains World Heritage Site). It also marks the beginning of the Fraser River's 1,368km/850mi journey to the Pacific Ocean.

This iconic park is home to amazing wildlife such as mule deer, whitetail deer, black bears, grizzly bears and mountain goats. Its incredibly varied wilderness setting offers plenty of quintessential BC outdoor adventure opportunities, including fishing, caving, camping, and hiking.

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